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Redin Remains, Maldives, South Asia

The Redin tribe appeared in the early history of the Mladives. The Redin tribe people were tall and red-haired, and architects of huge stone statues and structures. They were also familiar with the use of copper and bronze. The walls of their structures are elaborately built and have no fissure. They resemble the walls supposedly made by Kon Tiki Viracochas in Cuzco, Peru. Moreover, a slate with the ancient symbol of the swastikas was discovered in Maldives.

This site belongs to the following categories: Megalithic
Polygonal Stone Masonry
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